Expo brings in 14,000

Project Qatar, which took place between 2-5 April in Doha attracted nearly 14,000 visitors this year, with a total of 2,489 attendees from the Middle East.

Project Qatar, which took place between 2-5 April in Doha attracted nearly 14,000 visitors this year, with a total of 2,489 attendees from the Middle East.

The show was the fourth international trade exhibition for construction technology, building materials, equipment and environmental technology in Qatar, and brought together exhibitors and specifiers with key buyers, businessmen, project owners, engineers, consultants, contractors and officials from all over the region.

There were 17 national pavilions at the event, which included Australia, Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Egypt, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Lebanon, Qatar, Spain, Turkey, UAE, and the UK.

A total of 31 countries were represented at the show.

Project Qatar was sponsored by United Development Company, Gulf Warehousing Company, HSBC, Kassem Darwish Fakhroo and Sons, and Century 21.

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